Big US ISPs are continuing their litigation tour of America. Their next target to stop network neutrality is Vermont.
It was a data breach that affected 78.8 million people in 2015. Now, Anthem is settling with the US government for $16 million.
The governor of Washington has not only passed network neutrality laws, but is literally telling the Trump administration to “bring it on”.
Big US ISPs have joined the efforts of the Trump administration by suing California for passing network neutrality.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against Sony over compensation. Specifically, it relates to streaming royalties.
The 50 million user data breach apparently affected 5 million European users. Some are saying that Facebook could be slapped with a $1.63 billion fine.
The Trump administration has said that network neutrality will cause “irreparable harm” to the country. Through the DOJ, they are suing California.
In less than a day after Facebook suffered a data breach, a class action lawsuit was filed in the Northern District of California.
Another critical aspect of the recent court ruling is that ISPs can demand compensation for handling notices of infringement.
The Equifax data breach hit 147 million citizens. Now, Equifax is facing a £500,000 in the UK because of it.